Showing news for Kent v Hampshire at Canterbury, Aug 15-18, 2014
Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 4th day
Aug 18, 2014: Hampshire's spinners got to work on the final day at Canterbury to land their fifth win of the County Championship campaign and bolster their promotion hopes by sweeping Kent aside by 196 runs at Canterbury.
Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Aug 17, 2014: Hampshire's promotion thrust toward the Division One of the County Championship continued to gather momentum at Canterbury putting them in the position to push for a last day victory over Kent.
Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Aug 15, 2014: Hampshire all-rounder Chris Wood followed his opening day half-century with a 5 for 39 haul to keep his side in command on day two of their Division Two clash with Kent in Canterbury
Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 1st day
Aug 15, 2014: Sean Ervine made the best of a placid Canterbury pitch to ease Hampshire into the driving seat on the opening day of their Championship Division Two clash with Kent
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